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How It Should Have Ended

How It Should Have Ended

Free Comics Comics > Free Comics Comics > Free Comics Children of the Night the free encyclopedia Earth 199999 "Zombie Story" - A Mind-Blowing Comparison of The Walking Dead & Toy Story WBS Penguins Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe Six Degrees of Agent Coulson An error occured setting up the page, so the site probably won't work correctly. You might be able to run it in a different browser though. Find the shortest path from: to: Not everyone in the selected media are connected. Use characters reachable from: Find distances to characters from: Choose which media to use characters and connections from For their help with this project, my thanks go to: /u/Jetpack-Guy & /u/batteryChicken (concept) /u/Spatula26 (so many connections) /u/gusefalito (connections) /u/_illogical_ (file format advice) /u/zzuxon (character distances tab idea)

#ItsAllConnected Marvel Cinematic Universe (Franchise) - TV Tropes We're insane, but not alone.note Top: Avengers: Age of Ultron Bottom, L - R: Ant-Man, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Guardians of the Galaxy, Agent Carter, Daredevil, Black Panther. Not included: Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel, Spider-Man... "You think you're the only superhero in the world? Mr. Stark, you've become part of a bigger universe. You just don't know it yet." The Marvel Cinematic Universe or MCUnote dubbed Earth-199999 of the Marvel multiverse is a combined setting produced by Marvel Entertainment and Marvel Studios. open/close all folders Films TV Shows ABC series: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. One-Shot Shorts Comic book tie-ins Organized by the trade paperback they're collected in. Video Game Tie-Ins Iron Man - An adaptation of the first movie, Tony Stark tracks down the criminal enterprises that are using his weapons for fear and profit. Theme Park Attractions Other Tie-Ins Warning! Tropes A - B Tropes C - F

Spider-Man: Homecoming Timeline Is 'Incorrect' | CBR Although Spider-Man: Homecoming was mostly hailed as being a great Spider-Man offering, many fans were quick to note the “8 Years Later” title card was incorrect — something Avengers: Infinity War co-director Joe Russo has now confirmed. In a new interview for Avengers: Infinity War, which you can view below, Russo was asked what the time gap was between 2012’s The Avengers and 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. “Oh, it was eight years, I believe,” he says, as the interviewer notes that the timeline was very controversial among fans. “Yes, it was a very incorrect eight years.” RELATED: Spider-Man: Matt Damon Rumored to Have Passed on Key Role in Homecoming Sequel Interestingly enough, Russo’s comments vary greatly from those of Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, who was quick to note the controversy arose because many believe the films take place in the years they are released, which he insisted is not necessarily the case. RELATED: Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Casting Details Hint at New Villain

Superheroes movies like Avengers Assemble should not be scorned | Film Earlier this year, beneath the wind-whipped tarpaulin of a catering tent in Gloucester, I was working on a film with the actor Malcolm Sinclair. Over scrambled eggs at an ungodly hour, he told me something I had not previously known: when Christopher Reeve was young, barely out of Juilliard, he was roundly mocked by his peers on Broadway for accepting the role of Superman. It was considered an ignoble thing for a classical actor to do. I grew up watching Superman. Since then some of the greatest actors have turned superheroes into a serious business: Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Batman; Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, the first venerable knights of the X-Men, who have now passed the baton to Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy. Actors in any capacity, artists of any stripe, are inspired by their curiosity, by their desire to explore all quarters of life, in light and in dark, and reflect what they find in their work. • Avengers Assemble is released in the UK on 26 April.

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